Kim Sung-hwan (politician)

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This is a Korean name; the family name is Kim.
Kim Sung-hwan
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36th Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade
In office
8 October 2010[1] – 11 March 2013
President Lee Myung-bak
Deputy Park Suk-hwan (박석환, 1st vice minister) and Min Dong-seok (민동석, 2nd)
Preceded by Yu Myung-hwan
Succeeded by Yun Byung-se
Personal details
Born 13 April 1953
Nationality South Korean
Political party Saenuri
Children Two daughters
Alma mater Seoul National University
Profession Diplomat
Religion Roman Catholic
Kim Sung-hwan
Hangul 김성환
Hanja 金星煥
Revised Romanization Gim Seonghwan
McCune–Reischauer Kim Sŏnghwan

Kim Sung-hwan (born 13 April 1953) was the Republic of Korea’s Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade from October 8, 2010 to February 24, 2013 . His previous positions include Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade (from March 2008) and Senior Secretary to the President for Foreign Affairs and National Security (from June 2008).


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Media related to Kim Sung-hwan (politician) at Wikimedia Commons

  • Biography at the ministry’s website, with links to press releases and press briefings